Dilana still won't let it go, though, and even pursues Ryan outside, where he and Magni are having a smoke. "You know why I'm getting more votes than you, Ryan?" Dilana smugs. "'Cause you're prettier?" Ryan tries. Dilana self-righteously explains, "Because from week one, I gave everything I had." Magni tries to jump in indignantly at the implication that everyone else is just coasting. There's some tense crosstalk, and then Magni gets in a dig about Dilana doing the same thing every week, bumping fists kind of obnoxiously with Ryan as he does so. "I need eyelashes!" Magni mocks. Ryan gives the interview camera a little lecture on good sportsmanship, which Dilana isn't so much displaying this week. You can hear the studio audience reacting to this, and they sound like they're down with Ryan.
Then, in the morning, the Supernovices make an amazing discovery: people are talking about them on the internet! Oh, please. I don't believe that for a second. Next you're going to tell me that some wiseass loser in the Midwest whose musical experience consists of five years in a basement band is recounting the events of every single episode. Pull the other one, show. The Supernovices are all gathered around a laptop, looking at a product-placed internet site (not this one). Dilana's smiling web photo pops up, and Magni asks, "Why can't you be that happy in the house?" Storm interviews about fan sites, and then they all read what people post on the message boards about them. Get out! Toby expresses amazement that anyone would go to the trouble to post comments about them on a website. No shit, man, who would do that? It goes on forever, and the overall point is, internet: good. I should check it out sometime. Storm reads a message from someone saying that it's down to Dilana and Ryan as far as they're concerned, and that Supernova should make them both singers. "Oh, no!" Dilana wails. "I'd shoot myself in the head," Ryan vows. Dilana agrees, with her customary charm this week, "I'd shoot you." Ryan just gives an irritated eye-roll at that. Dilana later interviews that that's the last thing she would have thought of. "Ryan and I fronting Supernova? Over my dead body."
Back in the auditorium, Brooke acts all shocked at Dilana's and Ryan's antics. As for Dave, he says, "The [product placed website] is definitely causing a ruckus back at the Mansion." For her part, Dilana looks seriously irritated and uncomfortable. Behind her, Ryan grins gleefully. Dave gives a little lecture about how the internet allows musicians to have connections with their fans. Yeah, Dave, tell it to Sorkin. That said, Dave turns to Dilana, who appears to dread what's coming. He points out that it was the fans' idea (okay, one fan) for her to front the band with Ryan, so who is she to act that way about it? Dilana starts by telling Ryan that she loves him, and she mock-apologizes. "Obviously this week, I'm the big bitch," she digs, because after all these years of reality television, the "Why didn't they use any of the footage of me not being an asshole?" defense on these shows never gets old. Dilana says that she'd hate to be on tour with anybody and share the stage. So who needs Supernova? "I want to be the singer for a band," she says. "I don't want to be one of two singers in a band." You haven't won yet, lady.